The Dry Goods Beverage Company of Napa Launches Online Resource for Non-Alcoholic Wine, Cocktails
Jake Krausz and Adrienne Stillman Krausz launched The Dry Goods Beverage Company, an online source for wines, spirits and non-alcoholic cocktails.
“Along with a diverse selection of high-quality drinks, all carefully prepared by the couple, the site offers a library of non-alcoholic cocktail recipes, product guides and helpful quizzes,” the Napa company said.
Jake Krausz is a second generation winemaker and Estate Manager at Howell Mountain’s family winery, Arkenstone. Adrienne Stillman Krausz is the author of two books on cocktails, most recently “Spirited: Cocktails from Around the World”, published last year by Phaidon. Previously, she was Director of Marketing at WineDirect, based in Napa.
“There are so many great products on the market today,” Jake Krausz said of the company’s online offering. “But it can be hard to navigate if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Our goal is not only to provide a selection of top quality products, but also to offer educational content, such as guides and recipes, to help people find the right drinks to their liking.
Liège of Amorim, a Napa-based cork stoppers distributor, joined 11 other industry leaders as founding members of the Sustainable Wine Roundtable.
The company said, “As part of this independent, global, multi-stakeholder non-profit organization, these founding members aim to create a framework of consistency in the wine industry when it comes to sustainability standards.
The founding members of the roundtable to date include representatives from various sectors of the industry supply chain: Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Treasury Wine Estates, Catena Institute of Wine, BSI, Sustainable Winegrowing British Columbia, Systembolaget, Alko, Vingruppen, Waitrose & Partners, Grupo Avinea and BLB Vignobles
“Collaboration is crucial when it comes to sustainability and we are grateful for the opportunity to unite with like-minded companies and individuals to support the leadership of the wine business, at a time when more and more consumers demand transparency and accountability, ”said António Amorim, Chairman and CEO of Corticeira Amorim, Amorim Cork’s parent company.
The Sustainable Wine Roundtable was created by Sustainable Wine Ltd, based in London.
MarinHealth Medical Center has received the Joint Commission Seal of Approval for Advanced Inpatient Diabetes Care.
“The certification assesses how organizations use clinical outcome data and performance measures to identify opportunities to improve care before and during hospitalization, as well as to educate and prepare patients and their caregivers for discharge,” the health care provider said.
MarinHealth took its Joint Commission certification exam on March 19.
Bank of three counties, in partnership with the Northern State Community Foundation, awarded more than $ 115,000 in scholarships in May to high school graduates across California.
The scholarships range from $ 1,000 to $ 2,000 and have been awarded to 83 students from 68 high schools in 27 counties. One of the recipients was Faith Ndegwa, a student from Sonoma County.